History, meaning and places where you can sleep under the stars

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Last update: August 08, 2022, 07:45 IST

The day was founded in 2020 to encourage the world to experience the beauty of the outdoors under the same night sky. (Image: Shutterstock)

Global Sleep Under The Stars Night 2022: If you’re an astro enthusiast, sky watcher, or astronomer, make the annual tradition of enjoying the starry night on August 8 on Global Sleep Under the Stars Day.

GLOBAL SLEEP UNDER THE STARS NIGHT 2022: Isn’t it nice to lay under the starry night blanket and just stare at the stars? If you’re an astro enthusiast, skywatcher, or astronomer, make the annual tradition of enjoying the starry night on August 8 on World Sleep Under the Stars Day.

The day was founded in 2020 to encourage the world to experience the beauty of the outdoors under the same night sky. Here are places in India where you can gaze at the stars:

Ladakh

The perfect excuse to make the trip to Ladakh to mark the day, the place not only overlooks breathtaking lakes at such a high altitude, but also boasts beautiful clear skies to gaze at the sky. Recently, the government also announced that a place will have India’s first-ever dark sky reserve.

Spiti Valley

The valley of Himachal Pradesh is considered an astronomy lover’s paradise. The crystal clear views of the sky make it one of the perfect places for stargazing in India.

Jaisalmer

Think of looking at the sky lying on the cold desert sands of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. You will remember the camel dance, traditional folk dance and mouth-watering delicious food in the vast Thar dessert with the clear skies.

sonmarg

With a beautiful backdrop of mountains covered in snow cover. At night, camp in the valley and get stunning in the sky, it might twinkle with stars and moon serving you natural light.

Andaman Islands

If you are on a trip to the island, it can serve you seafood, natural bridge, sandy beaches, scuba diving and many more. The place not only offers beautiful sunsets, but it is also a perfect spot for stargazing as you hear the rhythm of the ocean touching the shore.

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